- This thick-bodied tick can be found in areas throughout the U.S. Like all ticks, the Deer tick can be a potential vector for disease for both animals and humans.
- It derives its name from its propensity of parasitizing white-tailed deer.
- An engorged tick looks quite different from an unfed tick featured in the picture to the left.
- After feeding the body will swell and be prominently a gray-blue color.
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